Qualcomm is targeting the Chinese market with the eight-core 64-bit Snapdragon 615 and Snapdragon 610.
An iPhone 5S user has posted pictures online of his device that caught fire while in use and eventually exploded.
It’s all but official: Samsung’s Galaxy S5 will be unveiled on Monday, February 24, during a special Unpacked press event at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress.
Samsung will release its next flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone to the public mid-March, a source confirmed.
The rumor mill continues to speculate about the smartphones that Apple is due to release later this year.
More than one-third of Xbox One owners bought the latest instalment in the Forza series.
HTC will fix your broken screen for free (but only in the U.S. for now). The Taiwanese manufacturer is also going to launch its next flagship on March 25.
The new GPUs feature Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture and are so efficient that they do not need a dedicated power connector.
Sony has sold over 5 million PlayStation 4 consoles globally, and with the console’s Japanese launch imminent, sales numbers are only set to increase.
Two different versions of the Galaxy S5 have leaked today, one with a full-HD screen and the other with a QHD display.
It is also claimed that the Retina iPad mini won’t be refreshed this year, and that its successor won’t come until 2015 as well.
Facebook is now giving users an option to choose genders other than male and female. Is this a good idea, or should the social network do away with gender identification in the first place?
After seeking customer feedback with the prototype version of the case, Lian Li has made the required changes and officially launched the PC-A51 mid-tower chassis.
In a recent interview, Steve Downes, the voice actor behind the legendary Spartan 117, sheds some light on the future of the Halo franchise.
Asus is bringing its DirectCU II cooling technology to mid-range cards, with the R7 265 the first card to feature this technology in this segment.
Keeping up with the competition, Toshiba unveils its upcoming large capacity hard drives, with samples coming as early as before the end of this month.
No one can be sure of anything so early in iPhone 6’s production process, but reports are piling up to nearly set in stone two large-screen versions, a 4.7 and 5.5 incher.
AMD’s new mid-range card will compete against Nvidia’s upcoming GTX 750.
Nvidia’s GM107 silicon will push for power efficiency and sport a different layout of CUDA cores than Kepler.
LG’s answer to the Galaxy Note 3 looks like an oversized G2, and comes with high-end hardware.